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The Gateway Learning Community

The Gateway Learning Community

Extra Curricular Activities


 After School Clubs

We offer a good range of after school clubs available to choose from each term. Clubs range from drama and music to sports and art. Children really enjoy the clubs; both for what the club is offering and for the social aspects. Clubs run from 3pm until 4pm.

All clubs are booked through the School Gateway App.

Monday  Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 

Year 1-4 Kids with Bricks

Miss Walters

 

To book please log onto www.kidswithbricks.com

 

 

Year 3, 4 & 5 Science Club

Mrs White

Collection from

Classroom 5 Maple.

Year 2 & 5 Arts & Craft

Mrs Lawrence

Collection from the KS2 Hall.

 

Years 3 & 4 Dance Club

                       7:45-8:30am

This club will be lead by Mrs Lister in the KS1 Hall. Please arrive promptly via the main office.

Attendance expected for preparation for future events

 

Year 2 & 3 Recorder Club

Mrs Williams 

Collection from Year 3 & 4 playground.

 

Year 5 & 6 Martial Arts

Mr Einchcomb

Collection from KS2 Hall.

(P.E kit must be worn)

(INVITE ONLY)

 

Year 1 & 2 Multi Sports

Mr Einchcomb

 Collection from KS2 Hall

(P.E kit must be worn)

 

Year 3 & 4 Boccia/Kurling/Multi-sports

Mr Einchcomb

 Collection from KS2 Hall.

(P.E kit must be worn)

 

 

Year 4  Recorder Club

Mrs Williams

8-8:30am 

Drop off at the KS2 Hall

(INVITE ONLY)

 

Year 5 & 6  Badminton

Miss Grafton

Collection from KS2 Hall.

(P.E kit must be worn)

Year 5 & 6  Netball

Miss G

Collection from KS2 Hall.

(P.E kit must be worn)

 

Year 3 & 4 Spanish

Ms Guilbert

 (Collection from Classroom 3 Rowan)

 

Year 1 , 3 & 5 Gardening Club

Mrs Lee/ Miss Lee

Please collect your child from

classroom 4 Hazel

 

 

Choir Club

Mrs Glumart/Mrs Nicholls

In preparation for Young Voice and the Junior Music Festival

(INVITE ONLY)

Weekly attendance is expected

 

Year 5 & 6  Art Club

Miss Lusher

Collection from classroom 5 Maple

(Invite Only)

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Wider Opportunities

Herringham Primary Academy offers a comprehensive and broad wider curriculum, providing children plenty of opportunities to take part, perform, compete and attend to enhance their passions and interests.

Our partnership with the Royal Opera House Trailblazers programme of high quality arts and cultural activities boosts creative learning; children partake in events such as Young Voices, Thurrock Poetry Competition, Infant and Junior Music Festival, Tilbury Lights, National Theatre and Rotary Club activities; all children have the opportunity to compete in a wider range of sporting competitions, including football, netball, cricket, cross-country and athletics; we raise academic aspirations through activities like Mathletics and Brilliant Club, where pupils participate in a scholars programme and graduate from University!

Children are also able to take on a variety of leadership roles throughout their time at Herringham Primary Academy, including School Council, Eco Council, Art Council, Pupil Librarians, and Digital Champions. Finally, we routinely support local and national charities, raising thousands of pounds for the benefit of others, including Comic Relief, Sport Relief, Water Aid, Tilbury Food Bank, NSPCC and Save the Children.

 
Holiday Provision

We offer a comprehensive holiday programme which is implemented in partnership with the GLC and local organisations.